Luv Stampin' Sew Much, Burnaby, BC

A blog about handmade cards and handsewn sock animals

Wishing you a lifetime of love & laughter!

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I just had a busy long weekend as I was the Maid of Honor in a good friend’s wedding. It was such a beautiful wedding. Everything went so smoothly, and we were so lucky that the weather held up for 99% of the day (though I wasn’t so lucky on my own one-year wedding anniversary which was two days after when it poured for the whole day and we had to postpone all the planned activities including the anniversary dinner because the restaurant just happened to be closed for renos! Lol.. anyway, we still had a relaxing anniversary without celebration :))

A card is a must to congratulate my friend and her hubby on their big day, so here you go.

  • The images in the Love & Laughter stamp set are gorgeous, especially after being heat embossed. The wedding dress here was first stamped in Versamark and then heat embossed with Silver Stampin’ Emboss Powder to create a glamorous look, and finally cropped out using Paper Snips.
  • The little flower bunch image was stamped next to the wedding dress to give a feeling that the bridal bouquet was laid next to the bride.

  • The wedding was in a pinkish color theme, so I have chosen to use Pink Pirouette. I dry embossed the Pink Pirouette card stock using the Square Lattice embossing folder to add some texture.
  • The Whisper White Organza Ribbon totally gives a wedding feel to the card

Stamp Set: Love & Laughter (Wood-Mount 125475, Clear-Mount 125477)
Paper: Whisper White (100730), Pink Pirouette (111351)
Ink: Raspberry Ripple (126859), Pink Pirouette (126956), Versamark Pad (102283)
Cool Tools: Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439), Square Lattice Folder (119976), Modern Label Punch (119849), Heat Tool (129053),  Paper Snips (103579)
The Perfect Touch: Silver Stampin’ Emboss Powder (109131), Whisper White 5/8” Organza Ribbon (114319), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)


Author: Karen Ngan

To share my love of papercrafting along with my mom's passion for making sock animals.

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